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You remove all the screws from the bottom of the case, remove the battery, open the case, remove all of the components on top of the motherboard, remove all of the screws securing the motherboard and then, finally, remove the motherboard. If you are very experienced it will take about 15 minutes. If you have never done it before it will take about an hour, you will damage some components and lose some screws in the process, and you will never get it back together again.

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